Drug Testing in Schools

Jun 4th, 2016
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Brooklyn Law School
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PART 1 Review the article titled “Idea Floated To Randomly Drug Test High School Athletes” located here. Be prepared to discuss. Review the article titled “Study Finds Random Drug Testing Doesn’t Deter High School Students’ Substance Use” located here. Be prepared to discuss. From the first e-Activity, explain whether or not you believe it is fair for non-athletes to be exempt from random drug testing in schools. Justify your response. From the second e-Activity, describe the fundamental effects that a positive social climate exerts on substance abuse among students in school. Suggest at least two (2) ways, in additional to forming a positive social climate, that the society can help students avoid the use of drugs. Provide a rationale for your response. PART 2 Respond to statement below: Response must include at least one question Yes I do believe kids who are non-athletes should be subject to a drug test, just because now a days kids are starting out early and our more involved w

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Answer of Part 1Yes I do believe kids who are non athletes ought to be liable to a medication test, since now adays children are beginning early and our more required with medications. My little cousin is asophomore at my Alma meter and was found on medications and attempting to offer them at

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